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How to Get to Saint Moritz
A high Alpine ski resort town of Saint Moritz lies in the eastern part of Switzerland. For people planning their vacation there, we share tips on getting to the town from nearby airports. Read on to know more about taxi, transfer, and public transport options.
Taxi to Saint Moritz
At airports, taxi stands are usually situated in front of the arrivals area. You can identify official cabs in Zurich air hub by the illuminated sign AIRPORT TAXI on the roof. Milan Malpensa Airport provides contact details of local cab services on its website. A trip from Zurich Airport to St Moritz costs 300-350 euros and takes around 3 hours depending on traffic. A taxi price for reaching the resort from Malpensa air hub will be 305-320 euros, with the trip taking 2,5 hours of time.
Transfer to Saint Moritz
If you are willing to prepare a travel to the ski resort more thoroughly, choose a pre-booked transfer. It is a comfortable door-to-door service with a timely pick-up from an air hub. To book a transfer, you should provide a flight number, a destination point, indicate how many passengers there will be, and if child seats are needed.
Depending on a chosen transfer class a fare for getting from Zurich Airport to Saint Moritz starts from 565 euros and takes about 3 hours, while a 2,5-hour trip from Malpensa air terminal costs from 354 euros. Kiwitaxi fares are fixed and won’t change unless you order additional services. You may pay for the transfer online by card at the moment of booking or choose to give the full sum in cash to a driver upon arrival at the drop-off address.
Your transfer driver will meet you in the airport building with a name sign. After helping you with luggage, they’ll safely and fast drive you to Saint Moritz. You’ll appreciate the level of our transfer service and enjoy a professional ride.
Public Transport to Saint Moritz
If setting off from Zurich air hub, you may reach Saint Moritz by rail. Be ready to change trains twice: in Zurich first and in Landquart. The whole trip will take around 4,5 hours of net travel, and cost 68-122 euros per person. One can get to the resort from Milan Malpensa air hub by bus. You’ll have to switch to the station Nord in Lugano and catch another bus to the resort, spending 68-99 euros per passenger and 5,5 hours.
Take care to check timetable as it may depend on a season. In general, public transport operates only during day hours and is unavailable at night. For night travelers, there are still taxi and transfer options.
About Saint Moritz
The town had been winter sports area since the 19th century: Oxford and Cambridge students came there to play ice hockey. Later, Saint Moritz hosted the Winter Olympics twice in 1928 and 1948.